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  • Coupon Mom: Save cash on cosmetics

    Coupon Mom: Save cash on cosmetics

    Most people don't think of the grocery store as the place to get great deals on cosmetics and personal care items, but you can actually save a lot of money when you know how to use sales and coupons.
    Most people don't think of the grocery store as the place to get great deals on cosmetics and personal care items, but you can actually save a lot of money when you know how to use sales and coupons.
  • Trash to Treasure: WWII bomber jacket

    Trash to Treasure: WWII bomber jacket

    Authentic combat clothes from WWII can be prized souvenirs that are also worth a lot of money. Here's how to tell if you've got an old military jacket in your closet with a "sky-high" value.
    Authentic combat clothes from WWII can be prized souvenirs that are also worth a lot of money. Here's how to tell if you've got an old military jacket in your closet with a "sky-high" value.
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  • Six deadly foods for dogs

    Six deadly foods for dogs

    Every pet owner knows a dog can get into just about anything around the house. One woman found that out the hard way when her dog ate a bunch of grapes! Turns out, that's one of the most dangerous foods
    Every pet owner knows a dog can get into just about anything around the house. But these common snacks could be fatal for Fido.
  • Physicians warn against giving melatonin to children

    Physicians warn against giving melatonin to children

    Parents desperate to get their troubled sleepers to bed are turning to synthetic melatonin, which is a supplement sold over the counter. But expert warn it could have adverse effects on child development.
    Many adults turn to sleep aids like melatonin, but now more parents are giving them to their kids, too. We talked to physicians to see what they had to say about how it could affect your child's development.
  • Changes to school immunization requirements in Ark.

    Changes to school immunization requirements in Ark.

    Thursday, April 10 2014 4:53 AM EDT2014-04-10 08:53:22 GMT
    (WMC-TV) - Children who will be 11 years of age or older on or before September 1 of each school year will be required to receive a Tdap shot in order to attend public or private school in Arkansas. This
    Children who will be 11 years of age or older on or before September 1 of each school year will be required to receive a Tdap shot in order to attend public or private school in Arkansas. This new requirement is anticipated to be effective September 1, 2014.
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